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For some, affirmations can significantly help their mental health and overall well-being. Affirmations can be a great reminder of how capable, strong, and talented you are. We can all use a reminder sometimes.

If you struggle with a mental health disorder or addiction, you may find that affirmations help you view yourself positively. If you are new to affirmations, you may feel awkward at first. Telling yourself how great you are is probably very different than how you usually speak to yourself. With time you will stop feeling awkward and start believing the positive messages you tell yourself every morning. Here are a few affirmations to get you started.

“Opinions From Others Will Not Affect My Day”

Remind yourself that negative opinions from others will not impact your day. Surround yourself with those who love and support you. Your opinion of yourself is all that should matter.

“I Will Not Fail if I Try”

If you try, then you win. Even if an attempt is unsuccessful, you still succeed because you learned from it. Always remind yourself that trying is the key to success.

“If I Think Positive Thoughts, I Will Have Positive Actions”

Keep your thoughts happy. Talk nicely to yourself. When you can find positivity, it will show in your actions and your demeanor. Remind yourself to put forth effort in trying to find the positive in every situation.

“My Happiness Will Create Happiness for Others”

You have the ability to make days brighter for other people. If you are happy, you may make the people around you happy. You are an amazing person with so much to give.

“I Am Worthy of a Great Day”

Remind yourself of your worth every single morning. You are worthy of a beautiful and joyous day. We all need to be reminded of this sometimes.

Positive affirmations can help you to start your day on a positive note. We all need gentle reminders of our worth and capabilities sometimes. If you struggle with your mental health or addiction, you may benefit from making affirmations a daily routine. While it may feel awkward at first, you will grow to believe in yourself and the words you are saying with time. Here at The Guest House, we have extensive experience helping people just like you find suitable activities and skills to work through struggles and accomplish their goals. Call us today to learn more about our treatment options and how we can support you at (855) 483-7800.